Alison Stemler on Compensation Paid by Exempt Entities

The "reasonableness" requirement for executive compensation applies to tax-exempt entities as well as for-profit corporations. That requirement is applied in a slightly different way, though, for exempt entities, and carries additional consequences for noncompliance. This Emerging Issues Analysis explores the specific rules that apply to exempt entities with regard to executive compensation.
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The "reasonableness" requirement for executive compensation applies to tax-exempt entities as well as for-profit corporations. That requirement is applied in a slightly different way, though, for exempt entities, and carries additional consequences for noncompliance. This Emerging Issues Analysis explores the specific rules that apply to exempt entities with regard to executive compensation.

Alison M. Stemler, J.D. Member of the Kentucky Bar and Member in the Louisville office of Frost Brown & Todd LLC.

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